Every bride wants her celebration to be unique, and incorporating vintage props is an easy, fun way to make it happen. Setting the scene with a few well-placed interesting items can really change the feel of the event, giving it a much more personal touch. “Things like bureaus, antique stoves and vintage doors used as tables can take something basic and make it into an unforgettable vignette,” says Kristin Rockhill of Details of I Do in Princeton. Whether you imagine arriving in a vintage car or serving your cake from atop a repurposed dresser, adding props to your wedding prep list can really wow your guests.
There are options that can go with any wedding theme or venue. The choices can be a bit overwhelming, though, says Rockhill, so she suggests finding a florist or event planner who specializes in props to help you focus on what you need.
“I try to help clients create ‘small moments’ throughout the wedding, to give the event a more personal touch,” says Rockhill. “It’s those little things that really set a wedding apart.”
Photo credit: Laura Billingham Photography. Shot on location at Chimney Hill Estate in Lambertville. Floral and event design and styling by Kristin Rockhill of Details of I Do in Princeton. Props from Vinterest Props in Pennington. Gown from La Belle Mariee Bridal. Cake by Kelly Hamdan at Chez Alice Catering in Pennington. Hair and Makeup by Amanda Mitzkewich.